- WC with shower deprivation
- Hair Dryer
- LCD TV (cable) and internet (cable and wifi)
- Insulation acoustic
- Balcony to the street
Capacity: 2 adults
Constança of Noronha House
D. Constance of Noronha was born in Coimbra in 1395, daughter of Afonso, Count of Gijón and Noronha and Isabella of Portugal, Viseu lady. Parents of D. Constance de Noronha were natural children of kings therefore had ascending noble, though spurious.
D. Constance of Noronha in 1420 contracted marriage with Count D. Afonso of Braganza second marriage on his part. D. Afonso was the illegitimate son of King John I of Portugal was recognized however later. The King John I dealt directly between the consortium and signed contract marriage with a dowry value of thirteen thousand folds of which were given to four thousand at the time.
The Count had besides the nobility of 2nd Earl of Neiva, 7th Count of Barcelos and First Duke of Bragança. D. Constance de Noronha was just the 1st Duchess of Braganza. After contracting the marriage would come to inhabit the Palace of the Dukes eighteen years later.
Adopted as a son and sole heir his nephew D. Pedro de Meneses, 3rd Earl, Primer Marquis of Vila Real and 7th Earl of Ourem, who married D. Beatriz de Bragança.
Childless and endowed with rare beauty and virtuosity, early devoted himself to humanitarian and religious causes, wearing the habit of S. Francisco and giving support to the poor and sick of the whole region Guimarães. After the death of D. Afonso, in 1461, the first Duchess of Bragança reinforced its commitment and religious care, alternating between the spiritual gathering and help the sick who regularly welcomed at his residence.
Is buried in the Church of S. Francisco Guimarães.